Dayang Enterprise wins $67.4m contract from Petronas

Dayang Enterprise wins $67.4m contract from Petronas

Kuala Lumpur: Offshore oil and gas services company Dayang Enterprise Holdings has announced that has recently been awarded a contract for a facilities improvement project (FIP) offshore Sarawak and Sabah, East Malaysia by Petronas.

The RM250m ($67.4m) contract will run for two years from June 8 to June 7, 2017.

Dayang Enterprise will preform work on the contract on a call-out basis and shall include any or all other work and services which is related to modification or upgrading including working under SIMOPS (simultaneous operations), hook-up and commissioning and major construction work.

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